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"Game set! Won by Tachibana! 6-0!"
By the way, I completely forgot about the rest of the picture!
Last edited by Fayte; May 04, 2009 at 03:50 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
If our theory about the pics indicating the winner then it seems you were right about Mizuki taking Inui
Krauser will win
Shishido can't break Chotaro
Yagyu loses to Nio
Koharu plays against Gin
Well, I think it seem plausible. It's a list of the absoloute favorites who can't loose, combined with other good guys who never had a chance to show off.
Either Yagyu beats Niou ( which isn't that far-fetched considering that they played togheter for a while), or it's actually Niou in disguise..
Mizuki winning over Inui isn't that bad of a choice either, seeing as Mizuki has more to offer than Inui who's pretty much complete already.
Most of all, Sanada should be able to handle Yukimura. Although Sanadas main goal was to beat Tezuka, I am sure he thought up of a way to deal with Yukimura too, should it come down to it. But since they were on the same team, there where never any reason to show it.
Besides, when Sanada ( and Atobe ) captured all those tennis balls it showed his absoloute passion for tennis and to never lose, even at the cost of other. That sort of resolution is hard to beat.
Yagyuu beating Niou is certainly not far fetched. That is the reason I chose Yagyuu over Niou in the first place. Yagyuu is the last of Rikkaidai to show that he is of "Tezuka class" in singles.
Didn't Niou say something about Yagyuu overtaking him when they were playing against Oishi and Kikumaru during the Kantou finals?
And in the anime (dunno about the manga), Ootori couldnt overcome his emotions in the Junior Invitational camp against Shishido, maybe we will see this in the manga?
And oh wait, Kabaji isnt there haha...I like the idea of Koharu playing Gin though and Kenya playing Shiraishi. That means most my predictions could be wrong!!
That's just showing off isn't it?Quote:
And the anime butchered the Rikkai arc like Hinata fan mentioned
First off, Momo and Kaido got beaten 6-1 not 7-5 but it wasn't a blow out..there are tennis matches where the score is misleading they fought just as hard in the manga but the score was still 6-1
Yagyu doesn't golf...period...ever
Renji and Inui was left alone
Fuji VS Kirihara...just pure Fuji fanservice
Sanada VS Echizen....that match was a box of fuck ups
The anime was a decent adaptation until the Rokkaku match
if Kirihara passes that means he beats Yanagi, i bet something he'll try to beat Yukimura and Sanada after Yanagi...
if by some chance those people all pass, it'd be grate to see some pwning double pairs, like Atobe and Ryoma, God that'd be imposible to beat, but i suppose they won't go well, so they'd play as individuals...
Last edited by Oni_James; May 05, 2009 at 03:45 PM.
Thats what i gathered from the Momo and Kaido match with Bunta and the normal guy (Jackal is the most realistic character imo)
It really wasn't close at all, though. They won 1 game at 5-0, made it 5-1, and then lost 6-1. They got dominated. Jackal and Bunta were the rank 1 doubles pair in the nationals. I would certainly hope they wouldn't be losing to two semi-good singles players.